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Why Recruiters Choose BU
Recruiters from Chevron, Mullen, Teach for America, and Grant Thornton discuss why they choose to recruit Boston University School of Management students.
School Vision: Creating Value for the World
Our goal is to prepare students who can not only think critically and systematically, but who can also create value for their organization, their community, and the world. We are teaching students to be innovative, ethical, responsible, and responsive global leaders; to strive to positively impact employees, customers, owners, and the environment.
What Makes School of Management Grads Different
Our curriculum at all levels reflects a focus on social responsibility and a global emphasis on cross-functional and team-based learning, School of Management (SMG) students are uniquely prepared to work collaboratively with colleagues at all levels within an organization. Our approach is validated by the companies who continuously recruit our students for their strong work ethic, analytical skills, ability to work in teams, and view of business as more than the sum of its parts.
They Think Across the Whole Organization
Boston University School of Management produces strategic thinkers who recognize the impact of decisions beyond their functional silos, and who can develop holistic business solutions rather than one-dimensional academic ones.
They’re Team Players, Who Know How To Lead
At BU School of Management, students are taught core business skills within a cross-disciplinary, collaborative, team approach. Through numerous projects they learn to lead teams as well as being productive contributors, often in disciplines that include students from other schools around the University, such as designers, engineers,or health care practitioners.
They’re Exposed to Diverse Perspectives
Boston University has one of the largest international student populations in the United States, and School of Management students come from a wide range of professional backgrounds. Such cultural and experiential variety enhances classroom discussions, exposes students to multiple leadership and learning strategies, and teaches our graduates the importance of cultural differences in modern organizational decision-making.